I recently stumbled across the term “consciousness hacking” on a website of that name. The term is an apt description of a shift in Western consciousness caused by the ubiquitous influence of Eastern meditation, now considered a scientific technology of consciousness. The Consciousness Hacking website is a hub for those who hope, through an interface […]
Namaste, Satan! These are surely shocking words to the ears of most yoga enthusiasts, who find the association of yoga with Satan to be both disturbing and incongruous with their own understanding and experience of yoga. Yet, so begins an article announcing yoga classes to be held in the Satanic Temple of Salem, Massachusetts. How […]
The decades from the 1970s forward have witnessed the increasing popularity of spiritual formation programs within Evangelical circles based on a resurgence of interest in medieval mysticism and its contemplative spiritual techniques. A major factor behind this movement was the softened posture that the Roman Catholic Church assumed toward Evangelical Christianity as a result of […]
In Twoism, we understand that God is not the God of second chances; He’s the God of Substitutionary Atonement. We do not need more chances to finally get it right. Jesus was right from all eternity, and in His incarnation He lived the perfect life we could never attain.
THE LAUGHTER OF ONE AND TWO: One-ism Laughs Once but Two-ism Laughs Twice! By Pam Frost The cover of Time Magazine recently announced, “From Gay Marriage to Obamacare, Justice Anthony Kennedy is THE DECIDER.” They were wrong in the case of Obamacare, however, and who will eventually swing the vote on the issue of Gay […]
From the Blog
Impeachment: Quid Pro-Choiceby Dr. Peter Jones | December 24, 2019
This is the essence of “identity politics”— the naked declaration of independence from our Creator. We cannot create a sense of human dignity without appealing to the Creator of human life.
The Mind of Christby Joshua Gielow | October 18, 2019
We are living in a time of fake news, where people seem to have lost their ability to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong. You could describe this as a time of monist confusion, where there are no real distinctions because the general worldview is now that everything is one, so good […]